December 2006
Worldwide Biotech;Dec2006, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p3
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The article reports on phase I clinical trial of the AdVac-based tuberculosis vaccine started by Crucell N.V. The vaccine is being developed in partnership with the AERAS Global TB Vaccine Foundation. The trial will test the vaccine in a dose-escalation trial involving healthy volunteers. AdVac technology is a vaccine technology manufactured by Crucell and is said to play a role in the prevention of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, and in biodefense.


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